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Team India has shown the work that no team in the world could do in the last 31 years on Brisbane’s Gaba ground. In the Brisbane Test, Team India (India vs Australia) achieved a mammoth target of 328 runs and with it, they also won the series. Team India’s victory is special because in Brisbane no team could ever achieve the big goal by 300 runs.

Team India had landed in this match without many of its important players, but despite that, it gave Australia the dust. The team had a very inexperienced bowling attack, its captain Virat Kohli was not with the team, many of his players were injured, yet this team fought and won the match in the end. 

If Brisbane’s victory was called one of the biggest wins in Indian Test history, it would not be wrong. Let us tell you something about Mahavijay who is immortal in Indian cricket. Shubman Gill has emerged as a big star in the Test series played between India and Australia (India vs Australia). Shubman Gill played brilliant innings of 91 runs in the fourth and final Test of the series.

Coming close to 21-year-old Gill’s century, he became a victim of nervous nineties, but by then Team India had played half of the day. Gill shared a brilliant 114-run partnership for the second wicket with Cheteshwar Pujara in the fourth innings of the Brisbane Test. The fourth Test between India and Australia is being played in Brisbane. Both teams have won one match each in the series. There is a match draw. That is, the team that wins the fourth match will be named after the series.

Australia has given India a target of 328 runs to win this important match. India started playing beyond 4 runs without losing wickets on the fifth day of the match. Veteran opener Rohit Sharma could make only 7. Young openers Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara not only handled the team with the initial shock but also brought Australia under considerable pressure. 


The Indian team once scored 132 runs for 1 wicket in 48 overs. But then Shubman Gill caught a catch at slip. Team India’s wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant made history in Brisbane. The left-handed explosive batsman scored an unbeaten 89 on the last day of the fourth Test to give India a match in Gaba. With this, Team India also named the Border-Gavaskar series. Rishabh Pant batted in his style and faced the Australian bowlers fiercely on the difficult pitch of Gaba. Pant remained on the wicket and scored 89 runs in 138 balls.

Pant hit 9 fours and a six in his innings and this match he was also elected Man of the Match. Rishabh Pant, after winning Man of the Match, described this victory as the biggest moment of his life. Pant said, ‘This is one of the moments in my life. My team supported me a lot. 

When I did not get a place in the first Test match, I worked hard. Team India trusts me – Pant Rishabh Pant said that Team India trusts him very much and he is called a match-winner. Pant said, ‘Team management considers me a match winner and I just think of winning. I am lucky that I was able to do it today. On the difficult pitch of Brisbane, Rishabh Pant said, ‘On the fifth day the ball was spinning slightly on the pitch.

I batted well on the pitch and I am very happy. Let me tell you that Rishabh Pant looked very happy after winning in Brisbane. He circled the field with the entire team and at that time the tricolour was in Pants hands. Often questions are raised about Pants wicketkeeping and mistakes were made in this series as well. However, despite this, Team India expressed confidence in him. Pant saved Team India from defeat by scoring 97 runs in the Sydney Test. After this, he did amazing work in Brisbane.

While congratulating Team India on social media, PM Modi wrote, ‘We are all very excited about Team India’s victory in Australia. The team’s players showed tremendous enthusiasm and enthusiasm throughout the match. His determination, patience and determination were worth watching. Congratulations to the team! Best wishes for your future.

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